CenterPoint Earns Green Building Certification for its First South Florida Development
“We designed both buildings at the Port Everglades International Logistics Center to give tenants port immediacy, regional transportation access, and every modern amenity they need with little environmental impact and significant long-term cost savings,” said Brian Hollings, CenterPoint Vice President of Development.
“CenterPoint has made it a priority to develop and manage best-in-class facilities in every sense — buildings that offer superior strategic location and logistical advantages that are also beneficial to communities and the people that work in them,” said Elena Daniel, CenterPoint Vice President of ESG and Corporate Affairs. “We're proud that our team is exceeding even our own high standards in our first South Florida development.”
“This achievement demonstrates CenterPoint's commitment to construction practices that reduce negative environmental impacts, improve occupant health and well-being, and reduce operating costs,” said CJ Davila, Executive Director of the Florida Green Building Coalition, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the building environment.
Construction on the 145,007-square-foot building at CenterPoint's Port Everglades International Logistics Center was completed in June and leased to International Warehouse Services. The 151,000-square-foot building next door at 3413 McIntosh Road was recently completed, is available for lease, and is ready for immediate occupancy.